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View Resource GROUP '97: Proceedings of the International ACM SIGGROUP, Conference on Supporting Group Work: The Integration Challenge, Nov. 16-19, 1997, Phoenix, Arizona

The full proceedings of the Association of Computing Machinery Groupware Special Interest Group (SIGGROUP) Conference on Supporting Group Work, held November 16-19, 1997, are now available at the ACM web site. The proceedings include the full text of more than 40 papers (Adobe Acrobat [.pdf] format only) on collaborative tools, virtual classrooms and communities, knowledge management,...
View Resource Tiki CMS/Groupware 1.9.0

Many users will find this particular project to be quite helpful, particularly if they are trying to coordinate collaborative projects across great distances. Tiki CMS/Groupware 1.9.0 is an open-source content management system that can be used to create a diverse range of Web applications, sites, portals, and intranets. Additionally, the major features include newsletters, blogs, an image...
View Resource Group-Office 2.13-4

Applications offering more congenial online working environments continue to be released, and this version of Group-Office is definitely worth a look. Utilizing this Web-based office suite, users can add on separate modules that will allow them to customize the program to their specific needs. Some of the features include an email client, a file manager, a calendar, and customer relations...
View Resource Trello

Trello is an online tool created to help individuals and teams get and stay organized. It is essentially a shared virtual bulletin board where users can share ideas, resources, and to-do lists with one another. Individual users can create a "card" dedicated to a particular topic e.g. "Book Club Ideas," "Outreach Plan," "To Do: Monday Event," etc. These cards can then be used to compile Trello...

View Resource Notion

Teams that use online tools for collaboration often need to stitch together several different tools to handle sharing files, managing documentation, and task tracking. Notion provides a unified platform for all three of these. File sharing works with a user-friendly drag and drop interface that supports over 30 common content types. Notion's documentation editor uses a unique "nested pages" system...